I like what Weldon Lee has said "Our images are an outward depiction of our inner being. They reveal who we really are and our life philosophy at the time they were produced." I hope you would love the subjects I photographed like the way I felt. I strive to capture special moments of wildlife artistically.
BTW, my name is Tin Man Lee. I work in Biotech IT industry and have a great passion in medical imaging and informatics research. Wildlife photography is my biggest hobby. When I was a kid, I would beg my parents to enroll me in drawing classes so I could learn how to sketch animals such as horses, tigers and eagles. I would read all the wildlife stories by Ernest Seton. I would even submit my writing about wildlife to local newspapers as a kid. When I was 6, my dad took me to a bookstore, and let me pick any one book as my birthday present. Out of all the comics, children stories, I picked a photography book about Africa Safari (partly because it was a big and thick book too). And I loved to take pics with my dad's Olympus OM manual camera, trying to focus on that split-screen. That's how my wildlife photography passion took shape.
You can follow me at www.facebook.com/TinManPhotography